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42 minutes ago, joy said:

Hi  i am happy for the new gatehub fifth gateway but i prefer to save ether on a cold / local wallet  

I am not sure how to do that.

any suggestions ?

thanks .

Do you mean saving ETH issued in ripple in a ripple cold wallet or native ETH in a cold wallet in the ethereum blockchain?

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2 hours ago, joy said:

Hi  i am happy for the new gatehub fifth gateway but i prefer to save ether on a cold / local wallet  

I am not sure how to do that.

any suggestions ?

thanks .

 

 

This is a video that will show you how to download and install Ether Mist wallet offline. Once you set it up, you can send your ETH to it from any exchange for COLD storage. Just use the public address of the wallet.

 

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If you bought ETH on Ripple: to get ETH from ripple (GateHub) to your local Ethereum wallet, you need to:

  1. First transfer your ETH from the Ripple wallet to a hosted wallet (read more about these here: https://wallet.gatehub.net/#/help/overview/wallets)
  2. From your hosted wallet, send the ETH to your local Ethereum Wallet address by using the Ethereum tab in the Withdraw window.
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On 02.05.2016 at 1:42 PM, mazi said:

If you bought ETH on Ripple: to get ETH from ripple (GateHub) to your local Ethereum wallet, you need to:

  1. First transfer your ETH from the Ripple wallet to a hosted wallet (read more about these here: https://wallet.gatehub.net/#/help/overview/wallets)
  2. From your hosted wallet, send the ETH to your local Ethereum Wallet address by using the Ethereum tab in the Withdraw window.

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The link directs to a general description of "who is who". No tutorial on how is actually being done.

Any other reliable source for such hands-on info?

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The link directs to a general description of "who is who". No tutorial on how is actually being done.

Sorry about that. To access the relevant help page about wallets, you'll need to log in, then click Help in the left navigation, then Wallets in the left submenu. We'll fix this.

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